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On 05/05/2013 at 00:32, Ken Springer <> wrote:

As I noted in private email, LO still has not assigned two bugs I filed 
to anyone yet.  They are classified a low priority.  As I mentioned, the 
issues are not low priority to me, so if they don't want to fix them, 
I'll pay for a program where the developers do care to fix the low 
priority issues.

This is how open source works.
There are some companies (in LO: mainly RedHat and Novell) that hire full-time 
developers. They work on anything that helps reaching companies goals.
Also, there is bunch of guys who just hack in their spare time. They work on 
anything they find interesting or solve their own problems.

If your issues does not fall to interest of any of above groups, there is 
still chance to get it solved: hire a freelance developer who will get thing 

Because LO is open source, you are not on the mercy of some company. You can 
take matters into your own hands and do something.

Or you can buy some other software. You don't have to use LibreOffice.
Best regards
Mirosław Zalewski

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